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    Hi guys, We start this new year 2020 with many new things to test. New strains to which we have dedicated a lot of time, work and love. If you would like to try any of these varieties, you are in luck, because now is the time. Select one or two genetics to test and let's get started! - Kong’s Krush (Banana punch x Big Bang) - Cloudwalker (Punto rojo x Mendo breath) - SilverBack (Anonymous new Indica based on Silver Pearl) How to participate? We'll only admit a few testers for each genetics.. Each tester can choose a maximum of two strains. You must be available to start as soon as possible. To participate, you must have at least one completed culture journal in the forum. We will preferably select growers who have already tested for GH before. Are you ready? Write down in this post, indicating the genetics you want to test. I will contact you, if you meet the requirements. Prize! All testers who complete the grow diary, will be given some exclusive seeds from GH.
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    Hi!! GreenHouse Feeding have a new additive in the bio line, Enhancer, one amazing phyton-protector with: Humic acids Fulvic acids Seaweed Thricoderma Bacillus subtilis …. Perfect to prevent phytosphora, phytium….or to fight againts powdery mildew for example. In addition, increase the life and energy in the soil with amino and carbohydrates, and promotes the plants rooting. In fact, we did a lot of tests germinating seeds. Apply between 0.3gr-0.5gr/liter the growth was increased significantly. But obviously, this would be only neccesary if we are working with old seeds, or with bad conservation. In anyway the expenses, for the low amount of Enhancer in the mixture, is insignificant if we want to use it in all our seeds germinations. Each 15 days, I make manteinance in my mothers room, removing new sprouts. I usually put these cuttings in a plastic glass with water like backup for the next 15 days. One month ago, I irrigated a few automatic seeds with water+0.3gr/liter enhancer. I used that mixture in the plastic glass where I put he cutting plants(backups). 4-5 days later, I took a look the cuttings and I saw roots in 3 (between 25+-) of them!! Eureka!. You can imagine my face. I did the same the last +15 years and never I saw roots with that size in 4-5 days, only putting one cutting in water. Like I am not looking for roots, I didnt take pics, and I dont know if exactly was 4 or 5 days. But after see that, It was enough to make one test. I did the next: 1-Sink jiffys(peat pellet) in water with Enhancer(0.3gr/liter) 2-Drain off 3-Insert the cuttings. Easy!! Keep it simple style! Only with that, I had roots in 6 days, and the cuttings were ready to leave the greenhouse 1 week later, only with 0.3gr of Greenhouse feeding Enhancer, and without hormones or additives. And I was travelling, so the cares were zero. And of course, we can root plants only with water and one medium, water, soil, coco... But 100%, in 7 days, without hormones, and only make clones and transplant 1 week later, is very nice! So I did another test, with the same results. Cutting plants ready in 1 week. I was speaking with my engineer mate in the office about this. And he did the same , and roots in 7 days and a long hairy in 15 days. Pics attached. Amazing!!! In the same time I did another test with one Chemdog mother. Is a very special plant for me, with a incredible taste. Only for that I keep it, because is a hell cloning It and have a very slow growth in the first stage. For that, when I want grow It, I always use additives to get roots in 15 days. The last times I was with Azos, from xtreme gardening. Azospirillum brasilensis. Is a nitrogen fixim bacterium who estimulate the roots. I did a few clones with Azos, and a few clones with Enhancer. And “voilà”, roots with Enhancer in 7 days and any root trace with Azospirillum( usually roots in this strain in 12-15 days, sometimes later) Incredible!! chemdog and Ssh pics, 8 days. I was talking with people who have the same strain and they are without words Xddd One of them gave me Clonex(out of the market in Spain)because he is using it to make clones of this strain, and I will make a comparative between these hormones and Enhancer the next days. In my opinion Clonex have more name than unique results. But like a few years ago It was the main product in the market to make roots, now out of the market people think is the best. And yes, the AIB Works, but isnt the panacea. I will use other concentrations, rock whool… Cheers!!
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    Hi Jose, I'm ready to test. That Cloudwalker looks like an interesting strain to try (Punto Rojo x Mendo Breath). Punto Rojo coming out of Colombia, and Mendo Breath possibly from Mendo County California. And I'll try Kong's Krush. I've never tried a banana-flavored cannabis before, and Big Bang is a well-known strain. So, if you will accept me, I'm all in. And I will request Cloudwalker and Kong's Krush. Thank you, Jose.gh. 'sapean P.S.: For me, this is perfect timing for another StrainHunters Test. The numerous plants in my vegg tent will soon be transplanted out to various outdoor locations. I harvested Chrystal Mama and got a nice batch of seeds to try in the future, so she is out of the way. (That update is already uploaded.) And I am happy to announce that all four of the plants in the FloweringTent are solidly in pre-flowering, and BOTH the Chrystals there are FEMALE! Yeahhhhh! (Update will come soon for that.) That means that the flowering tent will also be completely available for these new Strains by the time that they will be requiring the flowering tent.
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    Now the pic of the leonidos #3 and the Sour Leonidos #1 for comparaison Leonidos #3 Sour Leonidos #1
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    Hi growers. This is germination complete, first soaking in water for 8 hours then placing in wet tissue. Two and a half days later we could see shell had split and left them another 12 hours before putting to coco and watered at around 6ph, the germination was plain tap water.
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    Its time to get my indoor journal going for the 2 X Exodus Cheese and 2 X Green House Cheese in door grow. Here is the info about the grow kit and nutrients I will be using. Tent Mars Hydro 70cm X 70cm X 160cm Grow Light Mars II 400 LED The grow light is the equivalent to a 250W HPS. Strains 2 X Exodus Cheese = Green House Seeds 2 X Green House Cheese = Green House Seeds All of the seeds are feminised. Growing Medium BioBizz All Mix The soil has been used once then stored in a bag for over 3 months. Pots 3 inch and 4 inch plastic pots (seedlings/young plants). Root Pouch fibre pots 12 litre. Plant Feed Green House powder feeding mineral nutrients and additives. Grow N-P-K-Mg: 24-6-12(1.2) Designed specifically for the vegetative growth stage of all plants. Its formula provides optimum development throughout the growth-stage to obtain greener, stronger and more resistant plants. Grow faster, greener and more vigorous than ever. Ideal for the production of cuttings. The easy assimilation of nutrients and the high Nitrogen content provides plants with a more robust and branched structure. The great thickness of the leaves accumulates more reserves, stimulating rapid rooting of cuttings. https://shop.greenhousefeeding.com/grow-bag.html Hybrids NPK: 15-7-22 The Hybrids feeding contains less ammoniacal nitrogen and higher amounts of magnesium which is beneficial for Hybrid varieties with a flowering time of 8-10 weeks and plants grown in hydroponic systems.. The higher amount of magnesium and sulfate stimulates the production of essential oils, terpenes and flavonoids. https://shop.greenhousefeeding.com/hybrids-bag.html Booster 0 - 30 - 27 PK+ This additive is especially formulated to provide the right amounts of Phosphorus, Potassium, Magnesium and micronutrients to increase flower and fruit production. https://shop.greenhousefeeding.com/booster-en.html Both the Exodus Cheese and Green House Cheese are hybrid strains. More updates to follow, happy growing...
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    All the seeds are on their way 🌱🌱
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    Hi, after fixing the technical error :), it's time for a new bush. This time it will be a variation of the glookis from Barney farm. The plant ends week 1 tomorrow.
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    Welcome gardeners to another grow session in Jane's garden. On 1st of October the new seeds turned up, immediately 1 wonder pie went to water The seed was left in water 20hrs not to my liking however seem to germinate very quick, on the morning of October 3rd was placed in jiffy soaked in tap water. Ok so we have started a Wonder pie, i would like you to help me decide which to start next. PLEASE CHOSE BETWEEN- Bubba Slush and White Strawberry Skunk in Deep Water Culture, with Greenhouse Powder Feeding products. THX in advance guys. jane.
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    Time for a progress update on the 4 Silver Back girls at the end of week 8 of 12/12. All of the plants are OK and the buds are getting fatter. Yesterday the dirt in their root pouches was dry and they all felt nice and light so I gave each plant 2 litres of water. Here are some images of the plants that I took just before I watered them. All of the Silver Back girls in the grow tent under the LED. All of the Silver Back girls side view. All of the Silver Back girls top view. Silver Back bud stacking up on the main stalks. Silver Back bud porn After watering the plants as I checked the images I noticed there were some spider mites on the tallest plant on just one stalk so I quickly removed the spider mite predator sachets and then sprayed the splant with trounce, then I left the plant until it was dry before I put it back into the grow tent. I checked over the other 3 plants using a magnifying glass and did not find any more of the little twats, but I will keep an eye on things at least they only have to get to the end of this week and I can harvest them all. The 4 Doctor plants are doing great and they are all nice and healthy this afternoon I gave them their first feed I will be using Plant Magic nutrients for this run. Happy growing...
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    nr 2 grow, 8 main colas , White widow Marshydro 1800w, hydroponic 30l bucket whit 90l resorvar , 4-5 Weeks until Harvest
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    Hi growers. This has turned out to be very exciting after being left with only one of the plants we started, there are a few small clones in there flowering with the Banana Krumble. I did get clones which i will show you soon, 2 different krumbles and the Sweet Valley Kush. Now back to this lady who has been in 12/12 for 5 weeks and 2 days, actual flower formation 3 weeks and already looking tasty. It is getting late now, i will post pictures now and fill in the blanks on the next update. Canopy after turn plant 180 degree. 2 of the mutation. Selection of tops. Getting sticky in here now, when reading the notes on Banana Krumble it states its good for extractions. I must certainly agree with that as you will see. Thx for stopping by, hope you enjoy this update. jane.
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    Hi growers. 12 days since last entry. After taking the photographs last time we topped the Banana Krumble then gave her her first 12hrs dark period. The feeding has been increased slightly to 0.6g/l of short flowering powder feeding at around 6ph. Temperature issues forced us to add the external reservoir earlier than id liked, now refilling with 30l instead of 12l at change. This is her on the 12th of August the day i put the cage on. Like we already said i cut the top off at change of cycle. (lets see how she behaves) The top view. The largest top out of 10. Side view of another. Take care, love to all and see you soon. jane.
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    First things first, hope you all well and staying safe as possible? It was looking good first thing as had a quick look and could see 2 new arrivals, Sweet Valley Kush which was already free from seed casing. After giving them a mist over left them for a bit to stand up more so i could get at the seed casing of Banana Krumble but no chance even later, at this point i give a good drop on top maybe to soften a little, hours later still no movement. after a struggle getting hold of the dam seed it give way however not how i would have liked. (you'll understand looking at pics) I opened the seed case once it was off you can in the pics, that husk wasn't easy to pull off the shell stuck like glue. The casing appears to have 2 parts to shell as well as the membrane of the embryo, on pics seed casing resembles that of a nut in thickness compared to size, however not actually sure if any different than any normal seed as i have not taken any notice of seed casing thicknesses in the past. Shouldn't be a problem Mama will take care of baby. bye for now jane
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    Here are some images I took before I started to harvest the Cheese plants. Green House Cheese plants side view. Smaller Green House Cheese bud porn Taller Green House Cheese bud porn Exodus Cheese plants side view. Smaller Exodus Cheese bud porn Taller Exodus Cheese bud porn Tomorrow I will post some images that I took as I harvested the plants. Happy growing...
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    It works, and it works very well! After 8 days the first little roots come out the cube!
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    Hi all just started again not to long ago been growing for a long time this grow I'm going to be using qauntum board in a home made cab for strain searching then switching to organic for fresh weed all the time before i start I do have other grows in tents lol. had to wait a while to get registered so will be starting already late into flower. Also my bonsai is in there . wish I joined when franco was around rip Strains Ghs super lemon haze week 4 looks to be the long flowering one .grown this strain 7 times from seed with 4 different phenos 8 weeks 10 weeks 13 weeks and 16 weeks plus just chop it down took to long Ghs kings kush week 5 it's the og pheno with grape and insence hope it turns purple and no I don't like to use cold todo that .this is the second time growing this one Ghs chem dog week 6 its a kush leaner hope to be this one chem pheno that tasted like ammonia it was the dankest chem i smoked .grown this one 3 times with 3 different phenos Pacific black tuna week 5 kush starting to come in from fruity at first Lights 4 hlg 96v2 on hlg 320 1400 360 watts Max and hlg 260 in the middle 285 max .Will only be running 300 to 400 watts total Tent No tent home made cab using dresser size I think around 3x3x5 but lights have more room about 6.5 every one's going to laugh but it has over kill light set up so evens out lol was going to be for 2 plants but I up it to 4 to 5 which is why it looks funny also will be doing stagger growing style with plants being about 2 weeks apart Temp 22c - 25c Humidity 50% day and night Nutrients Ro water Veg 2 part gh pro Flower 2 part gh pro and gh maxibloom Extras gh koolbloom and grow tek silica Rarely use ph up and down .maxibloom acts as ph down and silica ph up . Ph 6-6.5 also will be doing gaia green organic all-purpose and bloom with kings kush and chemdog to come and other non ghs. I want to try ghsc fertilizer but it's hard to get Vent Nothing crazy no intake or outtake as the cab is not sealed and is open. just a 6 ince fan and dehumidifier trying to keep it as close to 0 dollars only what it cost to run the lights and fan and dehumidifier Pic to come Chemdog turning black it's looks bomb also I grown a few chendog from ghs so I know this is ghs chemdog thought gyo sold me fake seed but they were the real deal I look everywhere for them they were sold out every where I hope this is the ammonia pheno
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    A little something from my 4x4 tent Gelato and death bubba in the corner
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    I cleaned the root pouches and rinsed them with lots of warm clean water and let them dry, I cleaned the bathroom and the grow tent and then on Monday I put the new Doctor plants into the root pouches and then I gave them 300ml of water to wet the root ball and the dirt around it to bed it into the dirt in the root pouch. Today the Silver Back bud has been drying on the stalk for 1 week and when I snapped a bud off the stalk it made a little crisp snap sound, so I cut all of the bud off the stalks and put it into Kilner jars. In total there was 130g dry bud from fluffy beanie buds from the bottoms of stalks to 0.5g and 1g buds and over 1g buds from the tops of the stalks, I put those into a Kilner jar on their own, I had to put the last of the Exodus Cheese with the Green House Cheese to free up a jar. I will leave the large buds from the tops of the stalks to cure they will be nice what is left of the last run has cured nicely. I am well pleased with the result it was definitely well worth vegging the plants for 8 weeks the bud stacked nicely on the stalk each plant had a minimum of two fox tail like stalks, and the other thing was not compacting the soil and allowing it to settle on its own the root balls were so much bigger allowing the plants to feed better. I think the CO2 helped things along as well, on the tallest plant the buds had already closed and were rock solid and when I put the CO2 dispenser into the tent the bud on the other plants soon started to fatten up. Here are some photos I took as I trimmed the bud off the stalk and put them into jars. Silver Back bud drying on the stalk. Silver Back bud ready to cut from stalks. A whole heap of Silver Back buds. The biggest Silver Back bud and lighter so you can get an idea of size and scale. All of the biggest Silver Back buds in a plastic icecream tub. All the average or regular Silver Back buds in a plastic icecream tub. All of the Silver Back bud in Kilner jars and on the beanie jar on the left is what is left of the last run. Silver Back bud on grinder ready to make a spliff and see how it smokes. A spliff of Silver Back bud on the go. After rolling the spliff I lit it and took 3 deep draws to fill and expand my lungs and then I exhaled and realised I had forgotten to take a photo of the spliff, so I quickly sat the spliff on the grinder and took a photo, what can I say man fire caan quench I luv mi collie. As before with the first run for me the Silver Back bud smells earthy and herbal, but this time after cutting the bud off the stalk there was a bit of resin on my finger tips and there was a really faint hint of lemon, yet when I smell ed the bud I can't detect it. When smoked the bud tastes herbal and earthy and there is also a very subtle sour thing going on which definitely gets stronger and richer and deeper as the bud cures. After writing the sentence above I made a cup of coffee and its now snowing outside, so I rolled a spiff of the bud from the first run and I can confirm the the smell and taste gets stronger, it is I suppose a typical kush like smell earthy and herbal with a vegative smell like before a plant starts flowering, but with this sort of lemony and piney sour even metalic aspect. The smell and taste definitely becomes more complex as the bud cures I am going to look forwards to letting those bigger buds cure for a few months before I sample them, it will definitely be worth the wait. In the meantime I still have just over an ounce of GH Cheese and about half and ounce of Exodus Cheese and both are well cured and taste great, I smoked the last spiff of the Cloud Walker a couple of days ago that was lovely and fruity. Big up Green House Seeds crew and inner luv for the chance to check out these new strains and learn a few things along the way. Happy growing, harvesting and smoking...
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    Hey'all! I've finally understood a critical error in my scheduling, and it took me a long time to. For all these years, i've been skipping the Seedling Stage. Or, in better words, i didn't know there was a Seedling Stage and i've always included it in the VEG Stage. This is critical. For this reason, i've decided to extend my "VEG" period by 2 weeks, giving the little seedling time to establish itself and get ready for a more intensive growing situation (nutrients, closer light, more waterings). Strain Date Week Phase Light Height L2 L2 Watts PH Nutes Action Action 2 Northern Lights 30/12/20 0 Germination 24/0 110 cm COB 65W 6,5 N/A N/A 31/12/20 0 Germination 24/0 110 cm COB 65W 01/01/21 0 Germination 24/0 110 cm COB 65W 02/01/21 0 Germination 24/0 80cm COB 65W 6,5 N/A 50ml Water 03/01/21 0 Germination 24/0 80cm COB 65W 04/01/21 0 Germination 24/0 80cm COB 65W 05/01/21 1 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 6,5 N/A 100ml Water 06/01/21 1 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 07/01/21 1 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 08/01/21 1 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 6,5 N/A 150ml Water 09/01/21 1 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 10/01/21 1 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 11/01/21 1 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 12/01/21 2 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 6,5 3g Boost 200ml Water 13/01/21 2 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 14/01/21 2 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 15/01/21 2 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 16/01/21 2 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 6,5 N/A 250ml Water 17/01/21 2 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 18/01/21 2 Seedling 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 19/01/21 3 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 6,5 10g VEG 500ml water 20/01/21 3 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 21/01/21 3 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 22/01/21 3 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 6,5 N/A 500ml water 23/01/21 3 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 24/01/21 3 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 25/01/21 3 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 26/01/21 4 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 6,5 6g Boost 750ml water 27/01/21 4 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 28/01/21 4 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 29/01/21 4 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W Lower Defoliage 30/01/21 4 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 6,5 N/A 750ml water 31/01/21 4 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 01/02/21 4 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 02/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,4 10g FLO 1L water 03/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 04/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 05/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,4 N/A 1L water 06/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 07/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 08/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 09/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,4 6G Boost 1L water 10/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 11/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 12/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 13/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,4 N/A 1L water 14/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W Minor Defoliage 15/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 16/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,3 N/A 1L water 17/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 18/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 19/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 20/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,3 N/A 1L water 21/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 22/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 23/02/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,3 6G Boost 1L water 24/02/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 25/02/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 26/02/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,3 N/A 1L water 27/02/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 28/02/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 01/03/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 02/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,2 N/A 1L water 03/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 04/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 05/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 06/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,2 N/A 1L water 07/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 08/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 09/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 6,2 6G Boost 1L water 10/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 11/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W Major Defoliage 12/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 6,2 N/A 1L water 13/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 14/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 15/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 16/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 6,2 N/A 1L water 17/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 18/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 19/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 6,2 N/A 1.25 L water 20/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 21/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 22/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 23/03/21 12 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 6,2 6G Boost 1.5L water 24/03/21 12 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 25/03/21 12 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 26/03/21 12 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 6,2 N/A 2L water 27/03/21 12 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 28/03/21 12 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 29/03/21 12 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 30/03/21 13 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 6,2 N/A 3L Water 31/03/21 13 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 01/04/21 13 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 02/04/21 13 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 6,2 N/A 4L Water 03/04/21 13 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 04/04/21 13 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 05/04/21 13 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 6,2 N/A 4L Water 06/04/21 14 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 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I've changed my light's height yesterday, 5th of January, from 80cm to 60cm, and in the matter of 2 hours the seedling was "praising" the light. Praise the sun!! Anyway, here's what she looks like. Now, i've had my small share of seedlings in the past years, but i've never encountered such a weird looking one. The first set of leaves are curling already, and the 3-pointed set seems to be doing that as well. But the plant is also in her 7th day of life, so maybe that's a lil early to say anything about it. The look of it, though, makes me think: NL is 80% Indica, 20% Sativa. Could it be possible i got lucky and blessed with the sativa phenotype? Again, it's a little too early to say it, but 2-3 weeks should do the trick and unveil the mistery. Gonna post the next update in a week or so. By then, i'll start feeding her just a lil amount (75% GppL - Grams per pot liter, or 3 grams) of GHSC's Enhancer. Until then... Peace!
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    Happy New Year growers. Day 35, 2nd January 2021. Since the last entry in this diary although we have had some nice growth on the plants there is also some bad news. The White Strawberry Skunk has some dam nana's on most of the top buds. I have have made the harsh decision not to chop and just carry on knowing this will pollinate the rest. Not knowing whether or not the pollen from the strawberry will make Hermie seeds on the other 3, however this is my chance to find out somewhere I remember reading this however the internet is full of misinformation. From memories of my youth seeded weed still gets us high and we could always make some extractions. White Strawberry Skunk in all her glory. Wonder Pie is still plodding along and slowly adding more boost to the feeding, on this day 35 12/12 we fluhed the plant for the second time with 10l of water and added 1g of boost slightly above PH6. A side view. In this picture if we take note of the top and bottom left we see some browning pistils possibly from pollination. Also some of the pistils appear to be drying that also could be pollination hopefully something good will come of it. I however still manage to smile upon opening of the door and the girls are waving at me. The other two which are at the front we have Sweet Valley Kush on the right and over on the left is Banana Krumble a light purple color. That's it for now friends till next time jane.
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    Time for a quick update on the 4 Silver Back girls. Yesterday the dirt in their root pouches was dry and they all felt light so I gave each plant 2 litres of water. I am keeping an eye on the plants using a magnifying glass to check for spider mites and I am glad to say that there is no sign of the little bastards coming back. Fortunately the spider mites window of opportunity is closing fast, the plants only have to get through the next 4 days to reach the end of week nine and then I will harvest them. Then I will give the grow tent a good cleaning before I put the young Doctor plants into the tent for the next run. I also need to think about preventing spider mites, to make sure they do not come back, with the young Doctor plants I have avoided putting them into the grow tent during the day in the last few weeks of flowering so the spider mites do not get a chance to infest them. All of the young Doctor plants are nice and healthy and growing well under the fluorescent tube for the first month of their lives, so they will definitely enjoy the LED when they do go into the grow tent next week. More updates to follow, happy growing...
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    Hi, yesterday the plant started 2 weeks veg
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    Time for a progress update on the 4 Silver Back girls at the end of week 7 of 12/12. All of the plants are doing great and building lots of dense bud. On Wednesday the dirt in the root pouches was dry and they all felt light so I gave each of the plants 4 litres of water to give them a drink and give the dirt a flush. I keep checking the plants with a magnifying glass and it looks like the spider mite predators are doing their job and killing and eating all of the spider mites. I am glad I put the CO2 enhancer dispenser in the grow tent the bud is getting nice and dense especially on the tallest of the 4 plants. Here are some images of the plants that I took this afternoon. All of the Silver Back girls in the grow tent under the LED. All of the Silver Back girls side view. All of the Silver Back girls top view. Silver Back bud stacking up on the main stalks. Silver Back bud porn The dirt in the root pouches will be dry tomorrow so I will give them their last feed tomorrow morning, then they will only get water for the next 2 weeks until I harvest them at the end of week 9 of flowering. More updates to follow, happy growing...
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    they seem to be good for plants that I have given the minimum of attention just a little light and heat no ventilation so I will put my set up and transplanted and I will try go back seriously
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    @g22 good show friend, another journal on the way. Did you manage to get any of the first ones you started to grow? jane.
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    A quick mid week update on the 4 Silver Back girls. The dirt in the root pouches was dry this morning and they felt light so I gave each of the plants 4 litres of water. That should give the dirt a little flush there was some run off from each root pouch and it was pretty clear. As soon as the dirt dries out again I will give them their last feed, then its water only until the end of week 9 when I harvest all of the plants. The young Doctor plants are looking nice and healthy under the fluorescent tube in their little plastic pots. Happy growing...
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    Time for a progress update on the 4 Silver Back girls at the end of week 6 of 12/12. All of the Silver Back girls are doing well and it looks like they are enjoying the benefit of the extra CO2. On Tuesday the dirt in the root pouches was dry and they felt light so I mixed 4ml root stimulant and 0.3g per litre of hybrids powder feed 0.3g per litre booster, I mixed 8 litres of the feed solution and then I gave each plant 2 litres of the feed solution. On Thursday as I was looking at the plants I noticed there were some rassin spider mites on the tallest plant on the bud at the top of one stalk, so I ordered 8 more of the spider mite predator sachets to double them up. Then just before the LED went off I removed the spider mite predator sachets and put them into a plastic container with a lid, then I sprayed all of the plants with Trounce and then put them back into the tent for the night. The following morning I put the sachets of spider mite predators back onto the plants, the dirt in the root pouches was dry and they felt light so I gave each plant 2 litres of water, with the tallest plant I had to insert 2 bamboo canes to support a couple of the stalks they were a bit floppy because the plant was thirsty. After a couple of hours the stalks were looking better and supporting themselves better, but I have left them in place because they are heavy because of the bud and they still have a couple of weeks to go so they will only get heavier. The new spider mite predator sachets arrived around lunch time so I put them on each plant so they now have 4 sachets of spider mite predators per plant, hopefully they will keep on top of the spider mites now and I won't have to spray again. Today the dirt in the root pouches was dry and they felt light, so I took some photos of the plants then I mixed 4ml root stimulant and 0.3g per litre of hybrids powder feed 0.3g per litre booster, I mixed 8 litres of the feed solution and then I gave each plant 2 litres of the feed solution. Here are some of the images that I took. All of the Silver Back girls in the grow tent under the LED. All of the Silver Back girls side view. All of the Silver Back girls top view. Silver Back bud stacking up on the main stalks. Silver Back bud porn This is week seven of flowering so it is the last week they will be fed, so as soon as the dirt dries out again in the next couple of days probably Tuesday I will give them 4 litres water each to give the dirt a flush, before their last feed, and then they will only get water, no more nutrients for the last 2 weeks. The Doctor seedlings are doing great they are on an 18/6 photoperiod and they will be 2 weeks old tomorrow, they have plenty of roots poking out of their sponge plugs now so I will pot them tomorrow in some Lite Mix in plastic pots. More updates to follow, happy growing...
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    Hello once again growers. Day 10 12/12. Temp-day 27-28, night 17-18. RH 50-70% White Strawberry Skunk. Water temp is stable at 16-17c, feeding still 0.3g/l, PH6. She has had a nice growth spurt however quite a distance between the inter nodes, saying that the light is still high we can lower it soon. Root has developed well over the last 10 days looks like its gonna be a big one. Top view. Side view. Inside the root chamber. Wonder Pie. This girl has almost a flat canopy and we have not topped her,which is handy for later on if we start to run out of canopy space as we can then pull the branches outwards and back to reduce area needed. Feeding has not changed we are still on 0.5g/l which probably wont change until we see flower development. Top view. Side view. Next update we should be round about the time we give the first mid flower flush to the coco plants. Thanks for stopping by. jane.
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    Time for a progress update on the 4 Silver Back girls at the end of week 5 of 12/12. All of the plants are doing well, and since I hung the spider mite predator sachets on the plants they have not managed to re-infest any of the plants, the tallest plant has suffered the most out of them all. She has obvious signs that they have tried to re-infest the plant, but the predators are obviously winning the battle, I noticed some debris on a few fan leaves, maybe spider mite predator shit, there was quite a bit of it on the top and under side of a few fan leaves. The fan leaves had also yellowed as well so I removed them and threw them away outside. On Wednesday the dirt in their root pouches was dry and they felt nice and light so I mixed 4ml root stimulant and 0.4g per litre of hybrids powder feed 0.3g per litre booster, I mixed 8 litres gave each plant 2 litres of the feed solution. In the afternoon the CO2 dispense bottle from TNB Naturals arrived so I followed the instructions on the bottle and added 1 litre of warm water and then I gave it a good shake and removed the sticker from the top. At this point I had already though forwards and I had the grow tent door open just enough so I could reach inside and place the bottle on the floor because after a vigorous shake when you remove the sticker it starts hissing as it releases the CO2. So I quickly placed in onto the tent floor next to the fan which is on the low speed facing downwards pushing air around the bottom of the tent and then I quickly zipped the tent door shut, I don't want to waste any of the CO2. This morning the dirt in the root pouches was dry and they all felt nice and light so I gave each plant 2 litres of water. Here are some images of the plants I took earlier today. All of the Silver Back girls in the grow tent under the LED. All of the Silver Back girls side view. All of the Silver Back girls top view. Silver Back bud stacking up on the main stalks. Silver Back bud porn After a few coats of thinking I decided on The Doctor for my next run, so on Tuesday the 1st of December I put 4 of The Doctor beans onto damp kitchen roll in a little plastic container and then I placed the plastic container in a drawer wrapped in a small towel. The following day they were still soaking and on Thursday the 3rd of December they had popped and split their shell casings and their ting tap roots were poking out, so I left them another day to let the tap root develop and grow a bit longer. On Friday the 4th of December the tap roots were much longer and ready to go into root plugs. So I mixed 2.5ml of Plant Magic root stimulant per litre of water and I mixed 2 litres f the solution I put 1 litre into a little bottle and then I put the rest into a jug and soaked 4 Root It sponges for half an hour. Then I put the newly germinated The Doctor beans into the Root It sponge plugs and put them onto my window ledge. This morning one has passed the surface of the sponge plug and is earth strong and the other three are at the surface of the sponge plugs they should have come earth strong by tomorrow, then I will put them under the fluorescent tube. I am well pleased with this second run despite the spider mites they are all healthy and transpiring hard, it will be interesting to see what effect the CO2 has on them, hopefully it will make the buds super fat. Happy growing...
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    Four days later on the 16th of September 2020 the last seedling that germinated is now about the same size as the other three Silver Back seedlings. They are all growing well and they have plenty of roots even the last one to germinate so they need to be planted in some dirt in little 3 inch plastic plant pots. Then I put them back under the fluorescent tube. Here they are 11 days later on the 27th of September 2020 the plants are now 3 weeks old The Silver Back plants are on an 18/6 photoperiod I switch off the fluorescent tube at 06.30am when I get up then I switch it back on again at 12.30pm at lunch time and at this point I move them into the grow tent with the older Silver Back girls to enjoy some full spectrum light from the LED. On Tuesday 29th of September I went into hospital to have surgery to remove a plate from my leg and I was discharged the next day I had water the plants on the Sunday and the dirt in their plastic pots was dry and they were all ready for a drink of water, but otherwise they were OK. More updates to follow, happy growing...
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    The first run of Silver Back girls was a bit messy so I decided it would be a good idea to do a second run, so on Friday the 4th of September 2020 I started to germinate another 4 Silver Back beans by placing them between damp kitchen roll. I kept the kitchen roll damp and when I checked the beans the following day 5th of September 2020 one of the beans had cracked its shell case, I left the beans between the damp kitchen roll in a drawer in the dark. The following day 6th of September 2020 the other 3 beans had cracked their shell cases and their tap roots were visible as well so I left them between the damp kitchen roll in the drawer to let their tap roots grow. Unfortunately one of the beans seems to have mis-fired the next day 7th of September 2020 when I checked the beans three had nice long tap roots, but the fourth bean had not pushed out its tap root and after cracking its shell case it seems to have stalled on the starting line. The tap roots on the other 3 Silver Back girls were nice and long so I mixed a mild solution of Plant Magic Root Stimulant in a jug and placed 3 Root It sponges in the solution to soak for a few minutes. Before I placed the Root It sponge plugs into the solution I slide the blade of a pair of scissors into the hole in the middle of each of the sponge plugs and then I cut down one side of the sponge plug to split them. Then I placed the 3 germinated Silver Back girls into a sponge plug Then I put each plug into its little black plastic pot and sat them on a plastic saucer and then gave them a few mls of water and root stimulant. Then I put the plastic saucer with the root plugs and Silver Back babies under the fluorescent tube. The last bean is has definitely dropped out it has not changed in the past few days. I then put a new Silver Back bean between the damp kitchen roll to germinate and to give the other bean a chance in case it is just very slow. More updates to follow, happy growing...
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    Time for a progress update on the 4 Doctor plants on week 6 of veg. On Friday afternoon the TNB Naturals CO2 refill was delivered, I had already rinsed out the dispense bottle a few days before. I opened the refill sachet and carefully poured it into the dispense bottle and then I put 1 litre of water into a jug and carefully poured it into the dispense bottle, then I put the lid on the bottle and gave it a little shake and then I put it in the grow tent. I placed a 2 litre jug on the floor of the tent upside down and put the CO2 dispense bottle on top of the upturned jug so the top of the bottle was just above the top of the plants then I closed the tent. Each day I move the plants and rotate them in the grow tent so they feel the air from the fan from different angles and the plant that is next to the fan today wont be tomorrow, it will have moved one position in a clockwise direction if your looking down on the plants from above. This also means that the stalks lower down and foliage that are against the tent wall in the shade will soon be away from the tent wall out of the shade as I move the plants around the tent each day, so the get a more consistent exposure to the available light. Plus I also helps me to keep in touch with how heavy they feel each day as the dirt in the root pouches dries out and I get to have a look at each plant so I have more chance of spotting problems than if I kept them in the same positions in the tent all the time. Yesterday morning when I moved the plants I noticed that the dirt in the root pouches was dry and they felt light so I mixed 4ml per litre of Plant Magic root stimulant and 3ml per litre of Plant Magic Old Timer organic grow feed and I made up 2 litres of the feed solution. Then I place a couple of piece of wood on the shower tray and then I placed each plant one at a time in the shower sat on the pieces of wood and I gave each plant 1 litre of the feed solution, with the root pouch sat on the strips of wood the run off flows away down the shower drain. After I had watered and fed the plants I refilled the lemonade bottles I use to store water ready for when the dirt dries out again and I will give them all 1.5 litres of water so there is always some run off whether I am watering or watering and feeding to try to minimise salt build up in the dirt. Here are some images of the Doctor plants I took before I watered and fed them all. All 4 Doctor plants in the grow tent. All 4 Doctor plants side view. All 4 Doctor plants top view. Single Doctor plants foliage side view. Single Doctor plants foliage top view. Close up of top foliage and stalks where the plant was topped. I am well pleased with the plants they have responded well after topping them over a week ago and they are all healthy and growing lots of new nodes on all of the stalks and at the moment the internode spacing is pretty tight on all of the plants because of the LED The taller two of the four Doctor plants are now heading towards 30cm tall so it will be interesting to see how much bigger they get over the next two weeks of veg and what effect the CO2 has on proceedings as well. Although they recommend shaking the CO2 dispense bottle every day I only gave it a shake after I put the warm water into the bottle, because of the size of the tent I don't need to, when I unzip the tent there is a slight aroma and if I pin the tent door open for a few minutes I can smell it in the room. With the plants being 6 weeks old I don't want to over do it and mash them up I am thinking its best to ease them into it, they seem OK with it so far although it is only 2 days since I refilled the bottle. I did send the guys at TNB Naturals an email to ask their advise about just putting half of the refill granules into the bottle, but I haven't had a reply from them, so I just put all the refill pack in the dispense bottle and gave it a gentle shake to get it going. Hopefully they will be OK I will just have to keep a close eye on things over the next week as they get used to it, so far the seem happy. More updates to follow, happy growing...
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    Hey'all! It's been a while. A long while. But i'm back at it! Finally! So: I've been long debating with friends (i guess we all do) about whether a plant would survive a 24/0 schedule, hence a 24 hours of light and no time for a nap. We all know where this discussion goes: "YES it's possible! NO it's not! It's not natural! But automatics!!" It's an endless cycle of despair, and nobody has a true, definitive answer to the question. Now, i know many people have done this before, and yes, i'm very aware of my economical expendancies, thank you. All i want to do is see it with my own eyes. Will the plant suffer because of a constant 24 hours schedule? Possibly. I want to see that. And if it doesn't, then it'll be just a big plus for me. Will the plant go hermie on me, because of light stress? Who knows! I'm here to learn. So here i am, drinking a cola, dirtying my hands, gluing soundproof panels to the walls. It took me a while, but hey, look at the results! Soundproofing the whole room took me exactly 145 50x50cm panels, by the cost of 4 euros each, hence a grand total of 580 euros. I've also boxed the extractors. Covered the lower one with panels as i didn't want to do occult ads, hehe. The boxes are inner-covered with soundproof panels as well. Noise inside the room, and Noise outside the room I've also decided to freshen my light rack. I'm using a good old shitty 65W Cob lamp, and in late flowering i'm going to add a couple extrashitty ufos, 9W each, just to add some colors to the white, dead spectrum of the COB. Some blurple can't hurt, amirite? For this run, i chose a Northern Lights (Feminized), and the schedule i'm gonna run on her is gonna be a 24/0 in the 2 first weeks of the VEG phase. If the extra light theory works, then that should definitely save me some time. Why did i choose a NL? Well, it's a pretty easy strain to grow, and responds well to techniques and stress. The whole idea of this grow is to be experimental, not professional. Gonna use a 1Gallon (3.8 Lt) pot for this run. Small, compact, practical. Like a chocolate bar. Strain Date Week Phase Light Height L2 L2 Watts PH Nutes Action Action 2 Northern Lights 30/12/20 0 Germination 24/0 110 cm COB 65W 6,5 N/A N/A 31/12/20 0 Germination 24/0 110 cm COB 65W 01/01/21 0 Germination 24/0 110 cm COB 65W 02/01/21 0 Germination 24/0 80cm COB 65W N/A 50ml Water 03/01/21 0 Germination 24/0 80cm COB 65W 04/01/21 0 Germination 24/0 80cm COB 65W 05/01/21 1 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 6,5 12g VEG 100ml Water 06/01/21 1 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 07/01/21 1 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 08/01/21 1 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 100ml Water 09/01/21 1 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 10/01/21 1 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 11/01/21 1 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 12/01/21 2 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 6,5 6G Boost 150ml Water 13/01/21 2 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 14/01/21 2 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 15/01/21 2 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 16/01/21 2 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 250ml Water Lower Defoliage 17/01/21 2 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 18/01/21 2 Vegetative 24/0 60 cm COB 65W 19/01/21 3 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,5 12g FLO 500ml water 20/01/21 3 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 21/01/21 3 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 22/01/21 3 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 500ml water 23/01/21 3 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 24/01/21 3 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 25/01/21 3 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 26/01/21 4 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,5 6G Boost 750ml water 27/01/21 4 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 28/01/21 4 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 29/01/21 4 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 30/01/21 4 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 750ml water 31/01/21 4 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 01/02/21 4 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 02/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,4 1L water 03/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 04/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 05/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 1L water 06/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 07/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 08/02/21 5 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 09/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,4 6G Boost 1L water 10/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 11/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 12/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 13/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 1L water 14/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W Minor Defoliage 15/02/21 6 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 16/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 6,3 1L water 17/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 18/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 19/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 20/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 1L water 21/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 22/02/21 7 Flowering 12D12N 45 cm COB 65W 23/02/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 6,3 6G Boost 1L water 24/02/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 25/02/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 26/02/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 1L water 27/02/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 28/02/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 01/03/21 8 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 02/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 6,2 1L water 03/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 04/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 05/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 06/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 1.25L water 07/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 08/03/21 9 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 09/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 6,2 6G Boost 1.5L water 10/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 11/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W Major Defoliage 12/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 2L water 13/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 14/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 15/03/21 10 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 16/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 6,2 3L Water 17/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 18/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 19/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 4L Water 20/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 21/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 22/03/21 11 Flowering 12D12N 40 cm COB + UFOs 83W 23/03/21 HRV Harvest 0/24 24/03/21 DRY Drying 0/24 25/03/21 DRY Drying 0/24 26/03/21 DRY Drying 0/24 27/03/21 DRY Drying 0/24 28/03/21 DRY Drying 0/24 29/03/21 DRY Drying 0/24 30/03/21 DRY Drying 0/24 31/03/21 CURE Jar Curing 15m Air 01/04/21 CURE Jar Curing 15m Air 02/04/21 CURE Jar Curing 15m Air 03/04/21 CURE Jar Curing 15m Air 04/04/21 CURE Jar Curing 15m Air 05/04/21 CURE Jar Curing 15m Air 06/04/21 CURE Jar Curing 15m Air 07/04/21 CURE Jar Curing 10m Air 08/04/21 CURE Jar Curing 10m Air 09/04/21 CURE Jar Curing 10m Air 10/04/21 CURE Jar Curing 10m Air 11/04/21 CURE Jar Curing 10m Air 12/04/21 CURE Jar Curing 10m Air 13/04/21 CURE Jar Curing 10m Air 14/04/21 TEST So this is it, for now. I'll post the next update in a few days, with the lowered rack and the fantastic Green House Seeds fertilizers are pumped in. Until then.. Peace! Oh, and happy new year!
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    Next grow will be Hindu kush chemdog super lemon haze and death bubba
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    Hi dude, Little pure gerl.... Peace!
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    Hi, I live in Trinidad, the most southerly island in the caribbean. Been growing at home for about a year indoor and outdoor. My goal is to share and receive info that will help me and others achieve good, potent cannabis buds. My last harvest was an auto period grow under natural & cfl lights, strawbery cough x fruity pebbles. I currently have 2 bubba kush and 1 super lemmon haze in flower growing outdoor.
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    like this forum. First time growing and making autoflowers. I put 18 plants of the fastbuds amnesia haze in a 120x240x200 box. 11 l pots, one layer above to sprout with light mix soil from the biobizz and below the mix always from the biobizz. I have two lambades from the marshydro fc 4800 and I am keeping them 18 / 6 throughout the cycle, they are now one month old.
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    Hey'all! The girl's doing alright. It's her 14th day of life, and i can start seeing the 5-finger set of leaves popping into existence. The leaves are still weird looking, one of the 3-finger leaf is actually a 2-finger mutated leaf (one finger never developed), and there appears to be a small color mutation too. Nothing worrying, the plant's doing fine. During the weekend, however, the thermometer fell right on top of it, almost snapping the stem. My heart sank, but luckily i managed to get her back on her "feet", with some cure and dirt. I did, though, manage to get a humidifier, and raise the current RH from 35% to an average of 60%. This helped the seedling out a lot. Today i fed her with 0.75 GPWL (Grams per water liter) BioEnhancer (Green House Seed Company), which will help her roots to further expand before i start feeding her the actual VEG nutrients in about a week. Bag says 0.5-1 GPWL, so i went a mid-way. During the last week, i fed her once with a 5.0 PH water only run. Right now, though, i'm watering at 6.1 PH, 0.1 below the 6.2-6.8 average for nutrient uptake, as BioBizz soils usually tend to be a little alkaline (See my previous grow diary for PH issues). Basically, i'm prepping the soil for the nutrient uptake. Lastly, i've moved down the lights a little, hoping she enjoys the extra 10cm. Anyway, enough with the ramblings, here's a couple pics! The finger that never was, alongside some color mutations. No, it's not pests, i checked and there's no leaf miner in those. It's just a very weird looking seedling. Another color-mutation. The weird looking NL in her "beauty". I'm still debating whether i should transplant her into a bigger pot before flowering, or if i should just keep going with the 1Gallong - 4Liters pot. I understand all the implications of a smaller pot, but also the risks of a bigger one. I'll see how the plant reacts to the Veg nutrients and decide from there onwards. I'll see you in a week for the update. Until then, peace! --------------------------- Post Scriptum 1: I forgot to add humidity-temperature readings. Here you go.
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    today 10.01.2021. are 34 days old. the seed bank says it's ready in 8-10 weeks
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    sorry for not posting step by step because I recently registered on this forum and I had already put the plants. I show you some photos of how they grew up and up to now they are 34 days old
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    Hi, hello. To one n all stoners and growers out there... Back with this amazing plant as mentioned in my previous post... Firstly i thank one n all for the amazing knowledge you guys share in this forum form root to tricomes, from soil to seasons n from lats to Langitudes he he he thanks for all.. After reading many posts n threads i got an idea of staring germination by end month of rainy and hot days n giving it one month for veg as season was about to change from long days to long nights where it changes to flowering naturalls and soil was rich in nitrogen with tropical environment and river beside it making it mature fast n the flowering period was 3-5weeks... 28th day of germinating... It started flowering on its 32nd day from germination as the days were already changed from long days to long nights.... The lady got some branches and leaves making more for buds going to be released soon... The pre flowers can been seen and this is from 42nd day from germination... Pics are below 46th day from germination... Buds are froming n frost kinda thing... 50th day from germination n plant is hoing boom. No stretch but buds are froming with colour... Very interesting n fast froming plant.... Pics are below of 50th day 54th day from germination n going for some buds fromation under the sun n some coloring of pistils.... Pics below are 54th day of the plant #58th day from germination, in love with this fast booming plant... Clayx started getting bit juiced and frost too as night are humid n long... Pics below of 58th day of the plant  #62nd day from germination n almost most of fan leaves are gone.... It think its flowering is almost done n sugar leaves are frost n yellow.... Pica below are 62nd day of the plant #65th day from germination n plant started to shrink bit with all fan leaves gone ... Smells lemon n light mango.... Its the last days of its life spans... Main reason i tried sowing in late long days n early long nights turing season is to make plant look small n making it boom fast with minimun time limit but still potent small yields and this was trail experiment for next year planting, as i got less seeds of this genetics... N one the name bonsai of topic was becoz the plant looked small n with small yield with less time tooo... Not original bonsai though... Pics below are 65th day of the plant life span This is my first time n that too experimenting on photoperiod, no pests or fertilizers used... Water is from local river which is full of nutrient n runs beside plant like 6-7 foot away making ideal land for quick growth And without tension of watering the pant too.. plant was watered when sown n on 1st week n 2nd week of veg state, after that its never been watered... Perfect small Guriella grow near river side.... P.S All credit of swoing the seed n watering n cheking of plant and photos of the plant through life span goes to my stoner friend who owes the land... Only idea of sowin late n seed is mine... Pls do comment n reply for queries.... Will come with new post and new plants soon until then #peace #stoned always...
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    I love that stressed before germination
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    Thx guys. I forgot to update harvest weight, as I said before she didn't produce much between 4.5 and 5 ounces. Poor show for the size of the plant but quality made up for that with the taste transformed into flowery after curing for 6 weeks. jane.
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    good afternoon growers. Today just a few pictures of day24 12/12. WSS, now getting a drop of boost. WP. SVK. Pretty. A group shot of 4 Greenhouse/Strainhunters strains. Merry Christmas, and love to all. jane.
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    Time for a quick mid week progress update on the 4 Silver Back girls. This morning the dirt in their root pouches was dry and they all felt light. So I gave each of the plants 2 litres of water then put them back inside the grow tent under the LED. There was some run off from the root pouches and it was a very light brown hue. When the dirt dries out again and they are ready for a drink I will give them 4 litres of water each to give the dirt a little flush. More updates to follow, happy growing...
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    Good afternoon growers. Progress update Day 19 12/12. White Strawberry Skunk. Still on only 3g/10l of hybrid powder feeding, soon i shall add some boost. Top, almost flat canopy. Side view. Coco plants all had their first mid flower flush not that they needed it, it is only a preventative measure to stop a build up of unwanted salts. The solution was 1g/10l of boost powder feeding at PH6, each plant had the same amount as their pot size, and when they are light the next mix will be Hybrid and boost feeding. Wonder Pie top view Sweet Valley Kush top view. Side view. This is Pretty, any ideas what strain she is. (i know so i will fill you in at the end) Looks like she got my make up on. Bye for now. jane.
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    Evening growers. Just a popped in to let you know on day 11 we had a clear view of pistels on the tops, now just starting day 13 of the 12/12 photo period we can see the strawberry is not far behind. To me this seems quite fast could this be due to the new bulb spectrum? Whether or not it is i am happy with the investment so far. Wonder Pie, Kush, and Pretty maybe. White Strawberry Skunk. jane.
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    The next day 8th of September 2020 when I checked on the 3 Silver Back babies in their root plugs and switched on the fluorescent tube in the morning they had all come earth strong and had grown above the sponge surface. The new bean has not cracked and the old bean has not changed it still looks dead. The following morning on the 9th of September 2020 when I checked the 3 Silver Back babies they were a bit taller and looking healthy I dripped a few mls of water on their sponge plugs to keep them damp. The new bean has now cracked its shell case after two days between damp kitchen roll and still no change with the other bean I think we can safely say that this bean is officially dead an done. I left the new Silver Back bean in between the damp kitchen roll for a couple of days to allow the tap root to grow longer and a couple of days later on the 11th of September 2020 it was time to put it into a Root It plug. I then put it with the other 3 Silver Back babies. The following day 12th of September 2020 when I checked on the silver Back babies and switched on the fluorescent tube the new one had come earth strong and grown above the surface of the sponge plug. I am well pleased with the growth of rate of the seedlings so far they seem quite strong and vigorous. More updates to follow, happy growing...
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    for 21-28 days they all showed sex

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